Travel - Hamburg
Germany‘s most obvious destinations are Berlin, Munich, Bavaria, Frankfurt. Few travel to the north for leisure, but those who visited Hamburg in business surely quickly realise how awesome this city simply is. And it hasn’t just become so, it has always been a bit edgy. The architecture is unique, a little bit like Manchester built on the Amsterdam canals.https://theculturetrip.com/europe/germany/articles/the-10-coolest-neighbourhoods-in-hamburg/.. Speicherstadt is a warehouse district that overwhelms with the scale - tall and massive red bricked warehouses spread across a spiderweb of canals is any developers’ dream. St. Pauli’s football club, a pirate of Bundesliga, the left-winged rebel in sports is as unusual as it gets, and it’s based in the middle of the world famous red light district. The classically charming old town with the main square, ship yards, charming villages on the outskirts make this city classically beautiful. The vibe of places like Sternshanze, where long time ago MTV based its European bike pimping garage, and a home to Europe’s largest absinth bar, make it boozily exciting. Just check this Culturetrip page and you will find a lot of inspiring insights . Places to stay? Too many to name, luxuries like Kempinsky or Park Hyatt, boutique design hotels (just check this ultimate selection), and many interesting budget options as well. Foodwise - although it is where the name of the world’s most famous sandwich takes its name, it is not only good for street food snacks. You won’t probably find many good street carts with Hamburgers, and you might find quite a few with curry wurst, the city also has five michelin starred restaurants, and plenty of great modern food halls and markets.